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Don't dismiss Nano Server so fast...

There’s no doubt Nano Server’s headless deployment can lead to configuration and management complexities, but the significant advantages it offers with regards to reboots, server images, and resource consumption, make it worth the effort for a number of key use cases, such as:
• Hyper-V host
• Storage host for Scale-Out File Servers
• DNS Server
• Web server (IIS)
• Container host
This exclusive whitepaper aims to clear up Nano Server misconceptions to showcase the essential benefits it can offer. Inside, explore a breakdown of its components, quick installation options, packages, management tips and more to learn why Nano Server is worth your consideration. 

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